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Phalombe, June 14: Phalombe District Council needs at least 2, 323 classrooms if the 1:60 classroom to learners ratio is to be realized at primary school level, a report on the status of education in the district has revealed. The report, which was compiled in September 2017, indicates that there…
Phalombe, June 13, 2018: Learners at Migowi Primary School in Phalombe are currently risking their lives on a daily basis in an attempt to have access to clean and safe water for sanitation and drinking, Malawi News Agency (Mana) has established. This is as a result of lack of a…
Blantyre, June 13, 2018: Girls Empowerment Workshop and Mentorship (GEM), an organization which strives at promoting child rights and girls education says it is geared to empower primary school leavers in various aspects of life through a workshop which they have organized. In an interview on Tuesday with Malawi News…
Phalombe, June 13, 2018: Phalombe District has introduced Male Champion Groups (MCGs) with the aim to strengthen the existing relationship between men and girls in eradicating early marriages. The development follows advice from the First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika she recently gave to men in the district to play a…
Zomba, June 13: Executive Director for Civil Society Education Coalition (CSEC), Bennedicto Kondowe has described the school block which led to the death of four learners at Nantchengwa Primary School in Zomba as substandard, not fit to accommodate learners. Speaking when he visited Nantchengwa Primary School on Monday, Kondowe said…
Msaka cheering one of the learners at the hospital - Pic by Synd Kalimbuka Zomba, 08 June 2018: Education, Science and Technology Minister on Thursday visited and cheered the 15 Natchengwa Primary School learners who were admitted to Zomba Central Hospital after being injured when the wall of a classroom…
Ntcheu, June 7: Parents and guardians in Ntcheu have been asked to take a leading role in supporting their children to read and write after normal classes so as to improve their reading and understanding capabilities of issues in life. Speaking when he presided over a reading fair competition organized…
Mangochi, June 7: Malawi College of Fisheries will start offering diploma programme from next school session, Principal Secretary (PS) for Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Management, Gray Nyandule Phiri, disclosed on Monday. The PS disclosed this Tuesday when he presided over the graduation ceremony for the 32nd congregation for the Malawi…
Mzuzu, May 31, 2018: Some teachers of Chigude Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Mzimba have requested parents to six female school drop-outs to pay back education support which was provided by Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED). One of the parents, Teleza Mvula, whose daughter was supported by CAMFED but…
Mzuzu, May 31, 2018: Mzuzu Prison has appealed to stakeholders to assist the institution with learning and teaching materials as it strives to provide formal education to some of the inmates. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Wednesday, in Mzuzu, Public Relations Officer (PRO), for Mzuzu Prison, Austin…
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Arresting malnutrition through local foods

Arresting malnutrition through local foods

Zomba, June 13, 2018: Malawi’s stunting levels is ranked one of the highest in Africa with 37 of 100 children under five years of age being stunted. This is according to the Malawi Development Growth Strategy (MDGS) III. Several factors are said to contribute to high rates of stunting but chief amo...